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  • December 04, 2015 04 Dec'15

    Samsung Mobile edged by Apple, replaces leadership

    Samsung made a change at the top of its mobile segment to take on Apple by differentiating its devices through its software, rather than its hardware.

  • December 02, 2015 02 Dec'15

    Microsoft PowerApps cuts developers out of app mobilization

    Microsoft rolled out its new PowerApps tool to allow IT to create its own mobile business apps with zero coding skills.

  • November 20, 2015 20 Nov'15

    Here's what the future of mobile apps looks like

    CAMBRIDGE, MASS. -- Without apps, a smartphone is nothing but a piece of metal that can make phone calls. And who even makes phone calls anymore? Today, you can do everything from order pizza to ...

  • November 18, 2015 18 Nov'15

    Microsoft EMS updates halt corporate data leakage

    Microsoft added new capabilities to its Enterprise Mobility Suite that may give IT shops paying for other EMM platforms reason to make a switch.

  • November 12, 2015 12 Nov'15

    Why the iPad Pro release won't cripple the Mac-PC market

    The iPad Pro is now available and it makes a good supplement to Macs and PCs, but industry watchers have reason to doubt Tim Cook's prediction that it will replace them both.

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  • November 12, 2015 12 Nov'15

    Mobility requires more than just a BYOD policy

    The iPhone came out in 2007, but it's taken nearly a decade for many IT admins to wrap their heads around mobility in the enterprise. Eight years later, a good chunk of organizations now ...

  • November 11, 2015 11 Nov'15

    Experts predict 2016 enterprise mobility trends

    Mobile apps, the Internet of Things and "comfortable computing" are primed to dominate the industry next year.

  • November 11, 2015 11 Nov'15

    Box partnerships help it run with the big dogs

    Box's new CSO sounds off on why the company has integrated its platform with the likes of Microsoft and Apple, and where Box stands in the file-sharing market.

  • November 11, 2015 11 Nov'15

    iPhone 6s specs, 3D Touch make for a potent combo

    There's yet another new set of iPhones on the market, and they come with features such as 3D Touch that other providers would do well to steal.

  • November 11, 2015 11 Nov'15

    Enterprise file sharing vendors push to meet demand

    The enterprise file sharing market has gotten a touch-up lately, with Box and Dropbox adding new features for document sharing and team collaboration.

  • November 11, 2015 11 Nov'15

    Businesses move beyond the BYOD model

    Enterprise mobility is no longer about just supporting employees' personal devices. Organizations are taking steps beyond adopting the BYOD model to embrace content and data management.

  • November 11, 2015 11 Nov'15

    As the BYOD trend fades, a more holistic approach emerges

    The BYOD trend isn't as relevant as it once was. Enterprise mobility today is about much more than employees bringing their own smartphones and tablets to work. Organizations instead need to focus on mobile apps, management and security as a whole, ...

  • November 11, 2015 11 Nov'15

    As the mobile world turns

    It’s hard to believe the first year of Modern Mobility is in the books. At this time in 2014, this magazine was nothing more than a thought in the mind of our publisher. By year’s end, it had ...

  • November 10, 2015 10 Nov'15

    Microsoft buys Secure Islands to bolster mobile data protection

    Microsoft acquired Secure Islands in a deal to bolster Microsoft's Azure Rights Management Service with file-level security technologies.

  • November 06, 2015 06 Nov'15

    Dropbox Enterprise combats stigma with security, IT features

    Dropbox rolled out its new business-focused file-sharing platform, Dropbox Enterprise, which could turn around its reputation of being the most blacklisted business app.

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